I can only speak from experience, and not everyone would see this as a career choice (although it definitely can be) but I really enjoyed being a retail manager. There was a routine that began and ended each day, and in between was all relatively fast-paced, react-in the-moment tasks which I was always good at. Delegating tasks to employees was helpful too.
I suppose it would ideally be a busy store or it would probably be really boring.
It had just enough structure to keep me on track but was varied enough to be interesting.. I’m sure you can find these same qualities in other professions too.
Maybe start with what you like most about teaching- what engages you the most and start there.